I would use a beefier cooler for the 3900x. Logitech and razer both offer good wireless mouse and keyboard options aswell as other brands.
Do you plan any upgrading the gpu anytime soon? The 1650 super is pretty under powered for a 144hz monitor. ( I should know I have a 1050ti max-q with a 144hz monitor)
I've been hearing that Nvidia rtx 30 series or whatever is coming this year so I may be bale to get a 2070s for cheaper by then
I'll be buying around late july to early maybe mid August.
I'm assuming the games would be running from high to ultra? A 2060 or anything better should do you good for 120hz.
Looks friggin sexy. Where did you get your mobo? Both the mortar and it's max version haven't been in stock for me for months now no matter where I look.
How does the cooler handle the 3700x?
Budget doesn't mean cheap it just means you have a certain amount of money that you can't go over.
This thing looks like a hot box that'll over heat in an hour.
I'm pretty sure he used a vertical mount a few different companies make them like cablemod and phanteks
What kind of temps does your cpu get with that AIO.
I wouldn't spend 1300 on gpu for one game that's poorly optimized. I would just wait until the game is optimized properly.
I would but I know those options are much more complicated to set up properly and as much I would love something free like that the support for windows and it's much more simple setup process makes it a much better option for me. Also one of my main games that I play just recently dropped support for linux.
Oh ok well then it's a damn near perfect build then.
I use the Redragon K582 SURARA
I assume I have a hotswappable keyboard since I have this little metal tool similar to a key cap puller and the switches come out with just a little bit of force when pulling them with the tool.
Beautiful build and set up all together. I would have personally gone with a ssd for a boot drive just so it doesn't take a few minutes to load. I also would have gotten a 2600x then used the extra money for something else but the 2700 is still a good choice especially if your doing more than gaming..
The fans don't look bad when I look at them through the vent cut out's but I'll open it up and have a better look
It'll happen in most games that are relatively demanding on like medium to low settings. Games like Rust(Which is known for bad optimization) and csgo the problem is also very present when I don't have fps capped to 60 but even then it still does it just not as often. I also have an issue in pubg where if my fps goes below 50 then I get like a 5 to 10 second input lag on my mouse and keyboard.
The temps aren't very great around 70 to 80 for gpu and 80 to 90 for cpu. But it was like that when I first got it and It's problems started a few months ago. I have some things on the back corners of my laptop to elevate it so it isn't choked off aswell as my desk fan blowing some extra air towards/ inside it from one side
With that MSI laptop you may want to consider upgrading the memory to 16gb once you get an extra 80 bucks to spend
You should be able to afford these two things. If you have the extra money getting a 120mm aio would be a good choice too. But really most after market coolers are better than intels stock coolers.
Yes this mobo is definitely good
Thanks but those fans and psu aren't available for me
What would be your max cost for the case?
I already have my peripherals and I have the operating system covered as well. My country Canada.
I would say it's a very good mobo and it's probably high end considering it has sli and crossfire support good VRM's but that doesn't matter since you can't overclock your cpu, and it has heatsinks for m.2 ssd. Also wifi and RGB
Considering you only have an 8700 non k that motherboard will be more than enough for you and you can use that couger case that the other guy suggested https://pcpartpicker.com/product/vYp323/cougar-mx330-atx-mid-tower-case-mx330. After that all you need is like 2 fans then your set. I would just get some cheap ones that work then you can upgrade them later once you can if you want.
Oh ok thank you
That's ok the 550 will work for you I just wouldn't do any overclocking and just leave it at stock settings
That Gpu is good too And 550 will work just fine, but it would be safer to get 600 watt one.
I'm not sure if it "protects your monitor" but g-sync and freesync are meant reduce if not eliminate screen tearing but I haven't heard anything about it causing input lag although if it does it wouldn't be very noticeable and I'm sure even if you're a serious gamer it wouldn't cause you any issues. And about the card I would just wait a few days for it to be restocked pr even maybe look at this MSI one https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Gbvqqs/msi-geforce-rtx-2070-super-8-gb-gaming-x-trio-video-card-rtx-2070-super-gaming-x-trio
But I would get a better PSU if I were you maybe look at getting a 600 or 650 watt which should be ok for you as long as you don't do any extreme overclocking
I thought the open air cards will be out in mid august?
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What are the temps like on the gpu when gaming?
The different tiers of PSUs are based off of how efficient they are at not loosing energy to heat. An 80+ Bronze PSUs at max load would be 82% efficient which in my case means my 650 watt PSU would loose 117 watt due to heat at full load. A 550 watt gold PSU like the suggested would loose is 87% efficient and would loose about about 71.5 watts due to heat at full load. So The 650w bronze PSU I have selected would actually give me better wattage at 533 watts while the 550w gold would give me 478.5. Now the best option would be a 650w gold psu like this one https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/kz7CmG/evga-power-supply-210gq0650 but the price difference would be too much for me and the one I have selected right now should be enough since my minimum system requirement is 369 watts.
The one battlestar recommended has 1 review on here and 0 reviews on Amazon. And also what makes the one I have selected low quality?
Really? I thought this power supply was perfectly fine since it has 21 ratings on here and 5 stars, as well as 500+ reviews on amazon with a 4.5 star average. But if I should consider a different PSU which one would you suggest?
Ok thank you
ok but why?
I was looking at an EVGA psu, would that be any major difference?
I was thinking of doing a build with a 9700k and a 2080 so it would use a bit less then yours
750 watt psu is good for this kind of build?
Omg I'm retarded Idk why I thought the 8700 had 8 cores. Anyways thanks
I'm pretty sure the ghosting wouldn't have anything to with the freesync/gsync but more so the fact that since it's a VA panel it isn't truly a 1 ms response time and instead just flickers on and off extremely fast which could cause ghosting if not done properly. I would also be buying my monitor in about 1 to 2 months so I guess if I get this one I will let you know.
The issues might just be from the reviewers card but I did notice a few reviews about some ghosting but idk. If you do purchase this monitor it would be great if you could let me know if there are any issues with it.
If you have the extra money maybe go for a 2700x but other than that looks pretty good. Although I've seen some negative reviews on that monitor so I'm not sure about it, I was actually planning on getting it myself but i'm unsure. If you do get it maybe you could let me know if there's any problems with it. Here's a review I found on the monitor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSMqvdsnV8I
The 3000 series also hasn't come out yet so it we can't be certain on whether or not it would be a good choice for a stock 3600.
I think it shouldn't be bad as long as I keep it at stock but I'll just have to wait about a month to see.
How do you think the coolermaster 240mm aio would do for a stock 2700?
Thanks but none of these coolers are in the Canadian market for me